6 Tips for Creating more Sustainable Home-cooked Meals

By Leslie Maliepaard Creating zero-waste meals for your family is much easier than you think. But let’s face it, creating healthy meals while avoiding plastic is pretty hard to achieve. Whether it’s planning meals, sourcing ingredients or choosing plastic free options, there’s a lot to learn. I’m a busy entrepreneur with an eight-year old daughter whom I’m home schooling at the moment, due to Covid-19. I’m preparing meals for 4 people every day in our […]

The Planet Calls to Start Offering Sustainable Merchandise Made by Edamame Eco.

Blog DUBLIN, IRELAND – While the production of single-use plastic seems to be increasing despite concerns by the scientific community about the enormous presence of plastic waste in our oceans; The Planet Calls shows once again how it plans to establish strategic partnerships with multiple industry representatives in an attempt to tackle the issue at its origin. Founders of the non-profit accelerator, Amour Setter and Leslie Maliepaard recently announced that they will roll out their […]

How TEDx helped me bring attention to Marine Plastic Pollution by Leslie Maliepaard

Driven by my personal mission to help clear the oceans of plastic pollution, I was enormously excited to be sharing my mission through such an incredibly powerful platform. My intention was for people to sit up and understand what a huge problem the oceans and marine life are facing. And they did! Originally my mission started off as a one-woman campaign. However, after this TEDx weekend in Luxembourg, I feel most fortunate to have met […]

How being a Minimalist turned me into a Sustainability Advocate by Amour Setter

When I tell people I’m a Minimalist most think I’m just using a fancy word for being poor, lol. And that simply isn’t true. In fact, if all you have are your possessions, then you truly are very poor indeed! Nine years ago I literally sold up everything I owned and hit the road with my sixteen-year-old son to become a Digital Nomad. People thought I’d completely lost the plot. “Mid-life crises?” my friendly neighbor inquired […]